Non-Executive Director/Chair of Audit committee - Bridgewater Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Bridgewater Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust are seeking to appoint a new Non-executive Director to serve on the Trust Board and also to chair the Audit Committee.
Bridgewater Community Healthcare became a Foundation Trust in 2014 and is a leading provider of a range of high quality community and specialist healthcare services across the North West of England. Almost 1.5 million adults and children benefit from these services across Bolton, Halton, Oldham, St.Helens, Warrington and Wigan along with a community dental network in these and other locations. The Trust employs around 3,500 staff and has an income of £140m.
The majority of their services are delivered in patients’ homes or at locations close to where they live, such as clinics, health centres, GP practices, community centres and schools and are committed to working closely with other providers, their communities and commissioners to improve local health and promote wellbeing. The Trust is committed to keeping people healthier for longer and developing more specialist services to support people to live independently at home.
The successful candidate will be a CCAB qualified accountant, have Board or senior level expertise, possess an understanding of good corporate governance and an ability to effectively represent the Trust to its constituents, patients, partner organisations and regulators. S/he will offer strategic vision and ambition along with the ability to provide high support and challenge to the unitary Board. Most importantly you will share the Trust values and mission to working closely with local people and partners to promote good health and to be a leading provider of excellent community healthcare services in the North West.
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- Closing date 23 February 2018
- Preliminary interviews with consultant week commencing 5 March 2018
- Final interviews 23 March 2018
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